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 The DVM Program at Colorado State University prepares students for careers in the veterinary field in a world-class facility in Fort Collins, Colorado.

DVM Degree Program

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences annually admits approximately 138 new students to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program, culminating in a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Admission to the veterinary medicine program at Colorado State is open to all students. Hands-on experience, from day one, alongside world-class faculty in an atmosphere designed to help you succeed make the Colorado State University veterinary program unique.

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DVM News & Announcements

  • cindy vaca
    Growing up in Los Angeles, Cindy Vaca didn’t know a single Latino college graduate. Now she’s a first-generation college grad and a CSU veterinary student lauded for her leadership in boosting Hispanic kids toward college and careers.
  • national western stock show
    Collecting urine samples isn’t the most glamorous part of veterinary medicine. But students in our DVM Program are volunteering at the National Western Stock Show, and they’re learning the task is central to show ethics and food safety.
  • pet wellness vaccine clinic
    More than 100 dogs and cats went home with renewed health after the third collaborative Pet Wellness and Vaccine Clinic, which offered free veterinary care for households in northeast Denver. Fourteen CSU veterinary students pitched in. ​​
  • Bernard Dime, Veterinary Student at CSU
    Bernard Dime began a career in elite skydiving, when an accident shattered his back and his plans. Now he's pursuing a new path as Colorado State University's first paraplegic veterinary student – and one of few DVM students nationwide to use a wheelchair.
  • cody minor todos santos
    Veterinary researcher Cody Minor went to Todos Santos to study tick-borne disease. Through his research, he assessed nearly 200 dogs and forged connections with the whole town.

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